The length of time it takes to smoke a cigar can vary depending on the size and type of the cigar, as well as the smoker's smoking habits. Generally, it can take anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours to smoke a cigar.
Cigars are typically measured by their length and ring gauge (diameter), and these factors can influence how long it takes to smoke them. A smaller cigar, such as a petite corona or a cigarillo, will typically take around 20 to 30 minutes to smoke, while a larger cigar, such as a Churchill or a Double Corona, can take up to two hours.
The smoker's smoking habits can also affect how long it takes to smoke a cigar. Some smokers take longer drags or puff more frequently, which can make the cigar burn faster and shorten the smoking time. Other smokers may take slower, more deliberate puffs, which can make the cigar burn slower and extend the smoking time.
In general, it is important to take your time and enjoy the cigar, savoring the flavors and aromas that it offers. Rushing through the smoking process can cause the cigar to burn too hot and negatively affect the taste and aroma.